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Old 03 Aug 2013, 05:17 pm
Andre
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Default how to change bulb behind center speedometer in a civic 2002

Got a Honda civic 2002 and notice I cannot see number 8 on rpm and from 0 to
60 km on speedometer is also in the dark. Does anyone know how to change that
, do I have to go from underneath the dash or have to disassembly the whole
center console.

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